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  • Key gets starry eyed

    Key gets starry eyed

    John Key’s visit to the US has him gushing over the nation: “The United States and New Zealand have a shared history that words probably can’t define”, he said, “We have a feeling and an understanding of each other, and we back each other up, and I think that’s reflected in the relationship”.

     
  • No means No in North Korea

    No means No in North Korea

    A sucker for punishment and stringent guided tours, Amy Paterson walks the fine line in the Korean Demilitarized Zone, one of the most heavily guarded borders in the world.

     
  • US ban on NZ navy ships lifted

    US ban on NZ navy ships lifted

    New Zealand navy ships will be allowed to visit United States defence ports for the first time in 26 years, in a strong show of thawing defence relations between the two countries.

     
  • US report criticises New Zealand anti-slavery laws

    New Zealand’s anti-slavery laws have been found wanting by the US State Department’s annual Trafficking in Persons report released by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.